New ways of liv­ing, learn­ing

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Opinion -

FU­TUR­IST group Enkel, along with The Vic Park Col­lec­tive, have launched the Vic Park MiniLab for work­shops and events.

Enkel, which orig­i­nated in Fre­man­tle, pro­vides work­shops and learn­ing ser­vices where in­di­vid­u­als and or­gan­i­sa­tions can experiment with new ways of learn­ing, mak­ing, liv­ing and work­ing.

“We are ex­cited about this res­i­dency in Vic Park where the com­mu­nity are al­ready inspired to think and live so­cially and in­no­va­tively,” Enkel di­rec­tor Adam Jorlen said.

The Vic Park Col­lec­tive chair­woman Nora Bea­han said it would be a fan­tas­tic part­ner­ship.

“Join­ing with Enkel at the Vic Park MiniLab is a fan­tas­tic part­ner­ship,” she said. “We can work to­gether to cre­ate new ideas and events and take on some big­ger projects to make Vic Park uniquely awe­some.”

An Enkel work­shop in progress.

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